INNOVATE

The CHEER clinical research network's mission is to become the national resource for practice-based clinical research in disorders of the ear, nose and throat; translate the latest evidence into practice efficiently and expeditiously; and ultimately improve patient care. CHEER is comprised of 24 private and academic sites around the country committed to practice-based research and improving outcomes. Across our sites, we have over 200 otolaryngologist-head and neck surgeons, 100 audiologists, 50 speech language pathologists, and many other office and professional staff dedicated to our mission. Our site study coordinators and private and academic investigators are the lifeblood of CHEER.

EDUCATE

Millions of people suffer from ENT illnesses.  Understanding the best treatment and the best way to deliver treatment to patients is the foundation of practice-based research. 

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Learn more about conditions:

EAR

NOSE

THROAT

SLEEP DISORDERS

ALLERGIES

FACIAL PLASTICS

HEAD & NECK CANCER

 

COLLABORATE


Become a CHEER Investigator!

To learn more about how your site can participate in the CHEER clinical research network, send us your contact information and let us know your areas of interest. 

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Meet the Staff

Get to know the principal investigators and staff who keep the CHEER network running.

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INVESTIGATE

Our Focus:  The CHEER network's practice-based research initiatives focus on all disorders within otolaryngology, or disorders of the ear, nose, and throat.  Otolaryngology is a vast specialty and condition categories include disorders of the ear (e.g. tinnitus, dizziness, hearing and balance, ear infections); nose (e.g. sinusitis, nasal obstruction, nasal polyps, nosebleeds); throat (e.g. voice problems, swallowing disorders, laryngeal cancer); sleep (e.g. obstructive sleep apnea); allergy; facial plastics; and head & neck cancers. 

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